U of L In The News

U of L In The News

University of Lethbridge researcher nationally recognized for gut health study

Dr. Chelsea Matisz is one of three women recently recognized by The Royal Society of Canada for the Alice Wilson award

Female rats 'uneasy' with male experimenters, affecting lab results: study

ULethbridge study shows the gender of scientists performing pre-clinical experiments on rats affects study results

University memorializing residential school victims through planting project

A student-led project called Roots of Growth aims to memorialize the victims and survivors of residential schools

Horns’ Aellen prepares for RBC Training Ground national final

Horns women’s rugby player Molly Aellen was announced earlier this month as one of the 100 finalists

Do We Have More Female Gamers Than Ever Before?

A study conducted by the University of Lethbridge showed only 17.6% of online gamblers are female

ULethbridge announces official opening of Iikaisskini (Low Horn) Gathering Centre

The gathering centre provides a welcoming space for Indigenous students and the campus community

University fair helps students navigate career paths

The fair gives students and alumni the opportunity to explore career options

U of T student wins $7,500 prize after entering national short story contest on a whim

Chido Muchemwa feared words had left her after her father died, but then ended up walking away with the top honour in The Bridge Prize

Professors weigh in on curriculum

Amy von Heyking and Sandy Bakos educate on the process of changing curriculum

‘Queer in Alberta’ creator tapped to produce series for Telus Storyhive

ULethbridge anthropology student Kelsey Delamarter has been chosen to receive $10,000 in production funding along

UCP leadership candidate creates buzz posing as NDP supporter

Dr. Trevor Harrison comments on an interesting campaign tactic

University of Lethbridge study finds experimenter’s gender affects rats, could impact study findings

According to findings from researchers, male experimenters create high-anxiety responses in female rats, potentially impacting results in studies

Sounds like a long shot but rice could actually be a fit for Alberta

A ULethbridge researcher has set out to grow rice in southern Alberta, although “it’s a little early to be excited about it,” said Michele Konschuh, a University of Lethbridge irrigated crop scientist.

What helped Poilievre score his decisive win

Dr. Geoffrey Hale weighs in on the Conservative leadership campaign result

Lethbridge reaction rolls in following Pierre Poilievre’s landslide CPC leadership victory

Dr. Trevor Harrison examines the Conservative leadership campaign

Minute in the Field: Upland Rice

Austin Dennis is here to show off our upland rice trials in partnership with University of Lethbridge and Galaxy Ag Ventures!

Massachusetts Sports Betting Report Recommends In-Game Wagering Ban

Dr. Robert Williams among group examining the behaviour of gamblers with in-game wagering

4 UCP leadership candidates rally against 'fairy tale' sovereignty act

Dr. Trevor Harrison examines the UCP leadership race

Sex of Researcher Influences Ketamine’s Effects in Mice: Study

Dr. Gerlinde Metz tells New Scientist that researcher sex is just one of many variables that can affect animal experiments

Residences filling up as U of L students return to campus

The University of Lethbridge welcomed students to campus with its New Student Orientation